Team Initiated Problem Solving
R.H. Horner, J.S. Newton, A.W. Todd, B. Algozzine, K. Algozzine, D.L. Cusumano, & A.I. Preston (2015)
Effective decision-making teams follow a cyclical model that uses data to evaluate, plan and implement.
The Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) is a problem-solving framework used by MTSS teams to address academic and behavior challenges. This research-based model includes a focus of meeting foundations guided by a structured Meeting Minutes form and a six-step problem solving process.
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